I love being gay.
- Nov 28, 2009
- Bel Air, Maryland
And I do know that their is another post quite a few scrolls down. But that has nothing to with this one.
It's not that I love Lady Gaga or hate her, but she's just a little weird. Her songs are great, but she isn't exactly the best role model. But, my favorites would probably (In no particular order) Paparazzi, Telephone, Bad Romance, Just Dance, and Poker Face.
That's something that parents must decide, not the media or Lady Gaga. Plus, I don't think she is actually telling little girls to be *****es, she might just be expressing herself. As far as young adults/ adolescents, most of them are already exposed with much more ''inappropriate'' material, and those people are the ones I was talking about earlier.One act isn't enough to be a role model to young people.
Yes, I know she stands up for gay rights, but she also has a certain attitude that I don't believe is very good for young girls to imitate.
Some of her songs are on the Kidz Bop CDs, and that's okay. It's okay and catchy music; however I don't think that she as a person should be exposed to young girls, since they might start thinking that it's okay to expose yourself in innapropriate manners and, well, "be weird."
Kids are exposed to anything. I think parents are to be held responsible, instead of Lady Gaga (not that I think it was inherently bad for a 9 year old to wear such outfit, but that's getting too away from the topic :'p).I have to say, I felt quite uncomfortable this Halloween when a 9 year old girl dressed in a kids bikini and a dress jacket and stockings with black lipstick came to my door and said she was dressed as Lady Gaga.
I still gave her the candy and said "that's cute," but I still don't think that an outfit like that is appropriate at all for a 9 year old.
What made me feel worse is that the parents apparently didn't have a problem with this.